9 hoodie Brands Owned By Black People To Add To Your Fall Wardrobe

It's getting close to that time of year when you'll have to start digging out the warmer clothes you put away for the summer.

It’s getting close to that time of year when you’ll have to start digging out the warmer clothes you put away for the summer. Warmer sweaters, boots, and comfy sweatshirts will soon return to our closets for the cooler months.

Hoodies are one of the most important closet staples for the fall/winter season. Hoodies used to be virtually entirely reserved for lazy days at home or doing errands. It has, nonetheless, become a symbol of high fashion and streetwear culture. Not to mention the fact that it is virtually usually the most comfy thing in your wardrobe. So, if you’re looking for some new hoodies for the fall season, check out these nine Black-owned brands:

Bricks & Wood
Bricks & Wood was founded in 2014 in South Central Los Angeles with the goal of telling stories through manufacturing, design, and partnerships. Their hoodies and tees, as well as throw blankets and mugs, are inspired by the everyday lives of people in South Central.

Daily Paper
Daily Paper is a fashion and lifestyle company based in Amsterdam that was founded in 2012. Their selection includes heavyweight hoodies that are ideal for the fall season, as well as a whole line of suits, jackets, and colourful tops for men and women.

For the Leaux
Victor Madu, 23, founded the Houston-based business For the Leaux in 2016. With a variety of alternatives, the business attempts to bridge the gap between high design luxury clothing and everyday leisurewear.

Saint Avenue
Saint Avenue, a Chicago-based firm, is known for its attention to detail and devotion to design purity. Crewnecks and matching short sets are the brand’s current products.

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